July 21, 2008 06:08:26 GMT
With stellar achievement at merely 15 years-old, Miley Cyrus is still pressing the accelerator for more ventures.
When it comes to Miley Cyrus, the word is 'plenty'. The hardest working tween in the world, Cyrus was hailed as one of the top-earning celebrities under 25 in Hollywood and still she presses the accelerator. Beside working on an autobiography about her life and career, she is also looking forward to release a flick titled "Hannah Montana: The Movie" which is the big screen version of a TV series that brought her to limelight.
The starlet's life itself is an exciting getaway for many of her fans. The book deal will chronicle her life in personal and public level. The not-yet-titled book is planned to be released in Spring 2009 by Disney Hyperion Books that reportedly paid her 7 figures to get the deal. The movie itself will reflect on her life as a girl hailing from Nashville, Tennessee. "Hannah Montana", to be released on May 1, 2009, sees a pop star who returns to her hometown when the life gets low. But upon retracting, she discovers what's really important.
On top of the two ventures, Miley is also on the brink of promoting her sophomore studio album, "Breakout". The album will be released on July 22, spawning "7 Things" as the first single. The particular song has opened a smooth path for the album to be a best-seller. It peaks on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 9 before previously entering at number 84. A tour to support the album is reportedly due to be launched towards the end of the year.
Full of motion, Miley is never a stranger to headlines. The 15-year-old has been trampled with many pictures scandal, including the one that was intended for artistic purpose. Beside leaked pictures of her in revealing shots that were taken personally, there was a photo shoot of her only with a sheet on that was taken by the famed photographer Annie Leibovitz. Through the tough times, Miley has to be applauded for keeping her professionalism by apologizing publicly and maintaining her image as teen role model.